Journal of Experimental Biology

(The H4-Index of Journal of Experimental Biology is 31. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-12-01 to 2023-12-01.)
Bioenergetics in environmental adaptation and stress tolerance of aquatic ectotherms: linking physiology and ecology in a multi-stressor landscape74
How to turn an organism into a model organism in 10 ‘easy’ steps65
Seeing the rainbow: mechanisms underlying spectral sensitivity in teleost fishes60
Evolution, developmental expression and function of odorant receptors in insects56
Avenues of reef-building coral acclimatization in response to rapid environmental change55
Molecular mechanisms of biomineralization in marine invertebrates53
Mitochondria and the thermal limits of ectotherms52
Progress towards engineering gene drives for population control49
Mechanisms underlying gut microbiota–host interactions in insects47
Oxygen supply capacity in animals evolves to meet maximum demand at the current oxygen partial pressure regardless of size or temperature46
Increased glucocorticoid concentrations in early life cause mitochondrial inefficiency and short telomeres46
The control of metabolic traits by octopamine and tyramine in invertebrates46
Reactive oxygen species or reactive sulfur species: why we should consider the latter45
Guidelines for reporting methods to estimate metabolic rates by aquatic intermittent-flow respirometry44
Are mitochondria the main contributor of reactive oxygen species in cells?43
The role of mechanistic physiology in investigating impacts of global warming on fishes42
Thermoregulation in desert birds: scaling and phylogenetic variation in heat tolerance and evaporative cooling41
Sickness behaviors across vertebrate taxa: proximate and ultimate mechanisms40
Genome editing approaches to augment livestock breeding programs40
Climate impacts on organisms, ecosystems and human societies: integrating OCLTT into a wider context36
Microclimate buffering and thermal tolerance across elevations in a tropical butterfly36
Connecting brain to behaviour: a role for general purpose steering circuits in insect orientation?35
Extreme diving in mammals: first estimates of behavioural aerobic dive limits in Cuvier's beaked whales33
Rapid cold hardening: ecological relevance, physiological mechanisms and new perspectives33
How dryland mammals will respond to climate change: the effects of body size, heat load and a lack of food and water33
Temperature adaptations of the thermophilic snail Echinolittorina malaccana: insights from metabolomic analysis32
Oxygen supply capacity breathes new life into critical oxygen partial pressure (Pcrit)32
What determines systemic blood flow in vertebrates?32
High aerodynamic lift from the tail reduces drag in gliding raptors31
Rheotaxis revisited: a multi-behavioral and multisensory perspective on how fish orient to flow31
Finding the right thermal limit: a framework to reconcile ecological, physiological and methodological aspects of CTmax in ectotherms31